While Texas Longhorns head coach Charlie Strong makes some of his final impressions in the 2016 recruiting class, defensive coordinator Vance Bedford was on the road looking ahead to the next recruiting cycle.
Here's the latest on where the Texas coaches were on Tuesday.
During the morning hours, Strong stopped by Fort Worth All Saints to see Stanford Cardinal defensive tackle pledge Mike Williams, who was on campus in Austin last weekend:
HookEm pic.twitter.com/MXXzrJhAF5— Uncle Julio (@mike_williams52) January 26, 2016
On Monday evening, Williams revealed that he will decide between Stanford, Texas, and the SMU Mustangs on National Signing Day.
It appears that Strong will remain in the Metroplex for an in-home visit with Euless Trinity defensive tackle Chris Daniels ahead of his official visit to Texas A&M this weekend. The timing allowed Strong to make a stop in Mesquite to visit with offensive tackle pledge Jean Delance and his family:
In home visit was an success can't wait to be an official LongHorn Feb.3rd!! #HookEm pic.twitter.com/yWEK5RdKPH— Jean Delance (@JeanDelance74) January 26, 2016
Meanwhile, Vance Bedford spent Tuesday morning in the San Antonio area, stopping in at Jay High School:
Thanks to @CoachBedfordUT from UT for stopping by and throwing up those "J's" #HookEm #MustangFootball pic.twitter.com/ETM1WCNm7U— Jay Mustang Football (@JayMustangFB) January 26, 2016
While that stop might seem a bit odd, Texas does have an upcoming Junior Day in February and Jay is the home of rising 2017 offensive tackle Matthew Huhn, who happened to pick up his fourth offer on Tuesday from Houston. He isn't yet rated, but does go 6'7 and 270 pounds, so he's a name to know moving forward.
And, of course, there are several other Longhorns targets in the 2017 class in the San Antonio area, including Cibolo Steele defensive end Mark Jackson and Converse Judson defensive end Alton Robinson.
As a recap, Strong visited Baton Rouge (La.) Madison Prep defensive end commit Malcolm Roach on Monday, as well as Baylor offensive tackle commit Patrick Hudson in Silsbee.